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Succulents

We have an expanding range of these interesting and varied plants – mostly succulents, but also some epiphytic cacti (i.e. those which live in trees), like the wonderfully scented Epiphyllums and Selenicereus, have worked their way into the catalogue. Most plants in this section are undemanding, and are ideal for a hot sunny conservatory or windowsill, generally needing less watering and attention than other plants. (Succulents provide an ideal way to get children interested in plants.) We have selected those with interesting foliage shapes and textures, some verging on the bizarre...

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Rhipsalis capilliformis

Rhipsalis capilliformis

Dainty epiphytic cactus which trails in a hair-like fashion so good for hanging baskets.

£6.50
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Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonshine'

Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonshine'

Mother in Laws` Tongue

A cultivar with pale grey-green leaves, succulent and stiffly upright, growing to 2 feet.

£7.50
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Sedum burrito

Sedum burrito

Baby Donkey Tail

A popular trailing succulent house plant, similar to S. morganianum, with long stems covered with short rounded succulent leaves.

£6.50
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Senecio articulatus

Candle Plant

Species of unusual appearance with swollen jointed stems and small yellow daisy flowers in summer. Good for a sunny windowsill.

£5.00
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Senecio crassissimus

Senecio crassissimus

This unusual succulent has an upright branching habit. The fleshy grey leaves are held vertically, rather than horizontally, giving it a unique appearance.

£6.50
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Senecio kleiniiformis

Senecio kleiniiformis

Spearhead Senecio

A low growing succulent from South Africa with glaucous spear shaped leaves and yellow daisy flowers on long stems in summer.

£5.00
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Senecio macroglossus

Senecio macroglossus

Cape Ivy

Succulent climber or trailer with fleshy, deep-green, Ivy-like leaves. Grown mainly as a foliage plant, but does occasionally produce large pale yellow daisies.

£5.50
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Sinocrassula yunnanensis

Sinocrassula yunnanensis

A neat little succulent from China for growing on a sheltered rockery in a frost free garden , or on a sunny window sill indoors. Plants eventually spread to make a mass of rosettes, looks good in a shallow bowl. Protect from frost. Currently in 5.5 cm pots


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Synadenium grantii 'Rubrum'

Synadenium grantii 'Rubrum'

African Milk Bush

The upright stems bear oval leaves, in this cultivar they are streaked and mottled with red and green markings. IRRITANT SAP.

£8.50
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x Alworthia 'Black Gem'

A very attractive small succulent forming clumps of tapered olive green leaves which turn a chocolate brown colour with age.

£5.00
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New Plants
Bergenia ciliata

Bergenia ciliata£6.50

Elephant`s Ears

Perennial with huge fleshy hairy leaves and spikes of pale pink-white flowers in early spring.

Tellima grandiflora 'Delphine'

Tellima grandiflora 'Delphine'£5.50

Fringe Cups/Arumroot

A very pretty prennial for shade producing clumps of evergreen yellow and green mottled leaves, above which dainty spays of greenish lightly scented flowers appear in late spring. Good for dry shade under trees and shrubs.

x Mukgenia 'Nova Flame'

x Mukgenia 'Nova Flame'£6.00

A hybrid between Bergenia and Mukdenia, with serrated red-edged leaves and deep pink flowers appear in spring-early summer. Excellent in shade
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